Ontario ends daily COVID-19 reporting and will move to weekly updates starting June 16th

Ontario will change the COVID-19 data report from daily to weekly on Thursday, June 16th.

In a statement released on June 10, the State Department of Health stated that the transition was due to an improvement in the situation at COVID-19 and the lifting of the remaining mask rules on June 11.

“From June 16th, the Ontario Department of Public Health (PHO) will move to a weekly report and publish the latest COVID-19 data every Thursday,” spokesman Alexandra Hilkene said in a statement.

Since then, Ontario has published daily data on the number of COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations, and admissions to the intensive care unit on its website. January 2020..

Daily updates Finish June 11th, but data continue to be state Open the data catalog..

According to the statement, PHO will continue to monitor trends and adjust the content and frequency of reports as needed.

The Ministry of Health also said that the state “eliminates other duplicate reports” not only for schools, but also for environments such as long-term care facilities and elderly housing with care.

“This information is available through other channels, such as local public health units and boards of education,” the ministry said.

In addition, the statement is from the state Check the Ontario mobile appUsed to confirm vaccination proof from the app store by June 24th.

Isaac Theo


Isaac Teo is a Toronto-based Epoch Times reporter.

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